Peek into the Bioscope to watch the many marvellous sights of MP. Keep an eye out for your inner child. It can resurface anytime!
The national parks of Madhya Pradesh are truly wonderful places. You never know who you will run into here. They are known to be the favourite haunts of Sher Khan and others.Know More
The arts and crafts of Madhya Pradesh are not only colourful, they also have an air of rustic innocence about them that is known to cast a magical spell on everyone.Know More
Monuments in Madhya Pradesh have the most exquisite artworks that make them seem alive. From dancing sculptures to intricate patterns, everything seems to radiate an infectious energy!Know More
Madhya Pradesh is blessed with an abundance of natural beauty. From lofty mountains to seemingly endless lakes, nature here seems like it has leaped straight out of a picture book!Know More
The Madhya Pradesh landscape is dotted with a number of holy monuments. From exquisitely carved temples to serene stupas, and other places of worship. Each of them has the power to inspire a sense of absolute awe and fill you with wonder.Know More
The Madhya Pradesh landscape is dotted with a number of holy monuments. From exquisitely carved temples to serene stupas, and other places of worship. Each of them has the power to inspire a sense of absolute awe and fill you with wonder.
Kanha is the most famous amongst the many national parks in Madhya Pradesh. The vast forest is home to a variety of wildlife, including tigers, leopards, antelopes, langurs, Indian bison, and more than 300 species of birds.KNOW MORE
Panna is a peaceful and picturesque national park. Its diverse wildlife includes tigers, leopards, chitals, chinkaras, nilgais, sambhars and sloth bears. The park is also home to more than 200 species of birds, including the bar-headed goose, honey buzzard, king vulture, blossom-headed parakeet, and the changeable hawk-eagle.KNOW MORE
As tough as it is to spot the wily tiger in a forest, your best chance of netting a sighting is at Bandhavgarh. The park’s Tala Range boasts of the highest density of Royal Bengal tigers in the world.KNOW MORE
Satpura means the seven mountains (Sapta=seven Pura=mountain). The Satpura National Park is spread over 1427 sq. km with a rugged terrain consisting of fascinating deep valleys, sandstone peaks, narrow gorges, rivulets, waterfalls and thick forest. It is home to the majestic tiger and a number of other critically endangered animals. The park is also known to be a delight for bird watchers.KNOW MORE
Zardozi is a delicate craft that involves elaborate embroidery on heavy silk, velvet and satin. Skilled artisans use varieties of gold threads, spangles, beads, seed pearls and wire to create intricate motifs to embellish wedding outfits, coats, cushions, curtains, bags, purses, belts, and shoes. The craft has been passed down generations and has been around for over 300 years.KNOW MORE
Chanderi saris were once patronised by royalty. Today they are adored around the world. These saris are produced from three kinds of fabric: pure silk, chanderi cotton and silk cotton. Motifs of traditional coin, flora art, peacocks and geometrics are woven into different characteristic Chanderi patterns. These saris are famed for their moonshine like radiance, and for being extremely light weight.KNOW MORE
The art of creating life-like animal statues from leather is practiced in Indore. Skilled craftsmen create miniature to life size versions of all types of animals, from horses and elephants, to lions, tigers and rhinos, to exotic creatures like giraffes.KNOW MORE
Batik is a 2000 year old technique of wax resist dyeing. Craftsmen use a stylus made by tying coconut husk on a metal rod to draw out perfect wax patterns on fabric. The fabric is dipped in dye, which colours the exposed area. Beautiful white motifs emerge when the wax is melted in hot water.KNOW MORE
Jahaz Mahal in Mandu is situated between two artificial lakes. This two storied architectural marvel is named so because it resembles a ship floating in water. It served as a harem for Sultan Ghiyas-ud-din-Khilji.KNOW MORE
Gwalior Fort is an 8th century fort that sits atop a steep, unscalable rock outcrop overlooking the city. It is popularly called "the Gibraltar of India". It consists of a defensive structure and two main palaces, Gurjari Mahal and Man Mandir.KNOW MORE
Pachmarhi is Madhya Pradesh’s only hill station. It is surrounded by waterfalls, cave temples and the forested ranges of the Satpura Tiger Reserve. You can go on an organised trek or a jungle safari, or go cycling or hiking along the forest trails and take a dip in one of the natural pools that dot the area.KNOW MORE
The Tawa Dam & Reservoir offers a scenic escape from the hustle bustle of city life. Set amidst lush greenery, it offers much scope for adventure, enthralling sunset views, and serene lake cruises along the dreamy little islands.KNOW MORE
Nestled on the banks of the Indirasagar Dam, Hanuwantiya offers a multitude of experiences. Explore lush forests on beautiful islands, with their rare wildlife and migratory birds. Indulge in water sports and adventure sports. Or camp on an island under a starlit sky. It promises to be an unforgettable experience!KNOW MORE
Bhedaghat is famous for its glittering marble rocks that rise up to a 100 feet on either side of the River Narmada. The river has carved the soft marble, creating a beautiful 3 km-long gorge. It is best experienced on a moonlit night on a lazy rowing trip along the river.KNOW MORE
Shivpuri continues to be rooted in its regal past. Undulating hills with lush forests that once saw many a royal ‘shikar’ are now a sanctuary for rare wildlife. There is still a distinct air of royalty around the exquisite palaces, hunting lodges and graceful, intricately embellished marble Chhatris (cenotaphs) erected by the erstwhile rulers.
Omkareshwar Temple is one of the twelve revered Jyotirlingams of Lord Shiva in India. It lies on the Mandhata Island in the Narmada River. The shape of the island is said to resemble the ॐ symbol.KNOW MORE
Ujjain is a treasure trove of cultural heritage. In this town of holy templates, you will also find India's first observatory, the Jantar Mantar. Ujjain has also been the site of the Kumbh Mela, which is held every 12 years.KNOW MORE